Costco Fruit Trees, Packaged Assorted Varieties

Costco sells packaged & assorted fruit trees for $16.99! Scroll down for photos. This is one of my favorite times of the year! Even though I don’t really have a green thumb, I love to garden. I’ve got a few avocado trees, lemon trees & apple trees in pots. They’re all doing well & survived 2020, but I just don’t have space on my property for them. Each year I want to buy a few more, but we really have nowhere to plant them. I even have a worm farm (vermiculture) compost bin in my backyard! Anyways, these fruit tree varieties are great! I think the price & quality is WAY better than that of Home Depot or Lowe’s. You may not find the variety you are looking for, but if you do, get it at Costco. Here are a few more details about these Costco Fruit Trees (listed varieties below)………

  • Performance Nursery, Somis, California
  • Bartlett Pear – Large, yellow-green skin, juicy, sweet, white flesh, harvest July – August, cold hardy to USDA Zone 5
  • Black Walnut – Large and well sealed, ripens October, self-fertile, cold hardy to USDA zone 5 – 9
  • Early Elberta Peach – Large, yellow skin with red blush, yellow, rich, sweet flesh, harvest July, cold hardy to USDA zone 7
  • Gala Apple – Yellow-red striped skin, crisp, juicy, sweet flesh, ripens in August, cold hardy to USDA zone 4 – 10
  • Honeycrisp Apple – Red with yellow background skin, sweet/tart flavor akin to watermelon, ripens late September, white flesh with excellent flavor. Matures to 20′ tall, cold hardy to USDA zone 5
  • Pink Lady Apple – Medium, yellow skin blushing to pink tart to sweet, ripens late October, cold hardy to USDA zones 5 – 8
  • Rainier Cherry – Medium to large, yellow skin with red blush, superb flavor, cold hardy to USDA zone 5
  • Veteran Peach – Medium, golden yellow skin with red blush, yellow, sweet, flesh, self-fertile, ripens August – September, cold hardy to USDA zone 5 – 9
  • Wonderful Pomegranate – Blush red skin, sharp rich juicy flesh, harvest in October, cold hardy to USDA zone 9

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Packaged Fruit Trees, Assorted Varieties at Costco

Those were all the fruit trees I could find. I am located in Zone 10 with Zone 9 nearby. It makes sense that the fruit trees are limited to the zones within close proximity. I’d be curious to see the variety of fruit trees other Costco’s get. I’ll try to update the list as I see them. These are the new varieties for 2021. Make sure to pick up a bag of Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Potting Mix 50 Quart. It should be located right next to the fruit trees. Costco will start carrying all the gardening items soon, so make sure to buy an item if you like it. They disappear quickly. Here’s a few items I HIGHLY RECOMMEND (trust me, get the garden kneeler) to get from Amazon if you’re going to be planting some fruit trees. Check them out here……..

Price: $16.99, Item Number: 13777

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18 thoughts on “Costco Fruit Trees, Packaged Assorted Varieties

  1. i looked all over your postings, but cant figure out where your “my costco’ is located so i can understand your postings better ! Making your location clear would make your assertions about the trees more understandable

    1. This post was from last year, but I’ll be doing an updated one on the trees Costco has available shortly. My Costco is starting to get all the fruit trees for spring time.

      1. Thanks for the heads up. That will probably be important to some, but it’s hard to beat the Costco price. Did you end up planting the Cherry already? How’d it take?

    1. It should be only 1 – 2 years depending on the rootstock and how old the tree is. This question would best be directed towards the nursery that provides Costco with the trees. I’m sure they’d be happy to answer this question

    1. I think that is a great deal Maria. If it’s already potted for you, you don’t have to do that yourself. You could obviously save yourself a few bucks by buying this packaged tree, but if you don’t already have a pot and soil, you may actually spend more than just buying the potted one. Let me know what you end up deciding.

    2. No, that isn’t a good deal…it’s close to the price local nurseries charge. A good deal would be less than $20.

      1. That’s good to know John. I’m sure some people would prefer to have theirs already potted, so maybe the extra $20 is worth it to them. I’ll check out my local nursery next time & do some price comparison. I just know that here in the Bay Area, some of the nurseries can get real expensive real quick

    1. I don’t see why you wouldn’t be able to use it. The smell shouldn’t be too strong though. If it is, it might be a good idea to give it some fresh soil. These bags have been sitting there for days, maybe weeks so I can understand if there is a slight smell to them upon opening. Which tree did you end up with? Did you plant it?

    1. I would wait no more than a week to plant. I have purchased many trees online & in store at Costco & never really had an issue leaving them in the bag for a few days. You want to make sure the bag is damp & that you store it in a cold location. Leave it outside or in the garage away from the sun. This will help keep the tree dormant. How long did you plan on keeping it in the bag? I hope that helps.

    1. It depends on the tree. I think each tree has a height & width associated with them. If I remember correctly, they are NOT dwarf. They are either semi-dwarf or full grown. Depends on the rootstock of the original. You can always call the Nursery to confirm. I hope that helps.

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